Alfred Hitchcock

Alfred Hitchcock has produced a series of hallways for people to walk through.  Each one is connected by a single doorway leading onto the next and every hallway appears to be identical to the one before it; although they are gradually decreasing in height.  Unlike Eva Schjølberg, Hitchcock’s white hallways do not seem to have been created to guide people through the exhibition but to see how they respond to the given space.
I find his use of repetition to create a tunnel effect very interesting and I would like to incorporate this into my own work as it makes the participant interact with the piece for a longer duration as they move through it.

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